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Posted on Wednesday, June 1st, 2011 at 4:16 pm
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You can get $25 in Mega Bloks coupons when you sign up for the Mega Bloks Family Club. My kids all enjoy these toys for creative play, even my nine-year-old! The specific coupons available are:

Save $2 on Mega Bloks Blok Town Play Sets
Save $2 on Mega Bloks Lil’ Vehicles
Save $3 on Mega Bloks Blok Squad Play Sets
Save $3 on Mega Bloks Dora’s Family Nursery
Save $3 on Mega Bloks Amazing Bag of Blocks!
Save $5 on Mega Bloks Hello Kitty House
Save $5 on Mega Bloks Fill & Dump Wagon
Save $5 on Mega Bloks Thomas & Friends Toys

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